But when the event approached, her blood pressure had plummeted, leaving her incapacitated.
I was humiliated, but also incapacitated by my desire to not be further alienated by becoming a “snitch.”
The Afghan government, currently incapacitated by corruption and incompetence, must be reformed.
There can be no debate about the meaning of “passed out”; even “incapacitated” is fairly straightforward.
And he seemed to be on the way to further withdrawal from the West Bank when he was incapacitated by a stroke in early 2006.
A warped shaft had incapacitated the automatic elevator, so he climbed three flights of stairs and found Aleta packing.
Bell took his place; he too was suffering, but not so much as to be incapacitated.
The Lex Bæbia incapacitated him who gave a bribe to obtain office from filling any office for ten years.
On the incapacitated German soldier every possible care is bestowed.
I was afraid he would fall ill, and thus be incapacitated for the performance of his duty.